How many wii owneres have 1080p tv's

#31CAlNlACPosted 3/19/2013 12:15:50 AM(edited)
Yup I'm still using my good old SD television with composite cables. Its a 35inch TV and I've been using it with my Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and now the Wii U.

I may finally have to upgrade though cause for whatever reason the Wii U has a problem with overscan or something meaning both the left and right sides of the game screen are cut off on my TV and it can hurt gameplay at times which is lame.

I never had this issue with any other console before so its really frustrating but I dunno I guess Nintendo doesn't really care about the SD crowd anymore.
#32realstarPosted 3/19/2013 1:47:28 AM
I have a nice old 26" CRT HDTV that does 480P and 1080i modes. Great TV because the picture is better than many LCDs, no lag, supports native resolution of standard Wii games and can also display 1080 if need be for WiiU. (although honestly 480p looks just as good on a 26" TV anyway. I keep my 360 and WiiU in 480P most of the time. It's really just the effects of the GPU/CPU/RAM etc. that makes the graphics nicer on HD game consoles. I really could care less about higher screen resolution)
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#33realstarPosted 3/19/2013 1:49:37 AM
I just want to add that I barely use my TV anymore since owning the WiiU. Off-screen gameplay has become the standard for me. (except for the odd game that forces TV use)
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#34AkaneJonesPosted 3/19/2013 1:58:15 AM
IcedEarthaholic posted...
I have a 40" 1080p Sony Bravia that I got back in 2010, works fantastically and has great picture. :) Use it for my Wii U with HDMI ports. When I upgrade, I'm either getting a Samsung or sticking with Sony since I know that Samsung manufactures Sony's screens.

The only issue I see is Sony's TV business has been tanking, this my result in Sony not having a line of TV products in the future. However I see plenty of us have Sony Bravia TV. There is one thing, Sony did take into account HDTV's being used with gaming devices so they have built in setting to eliminate issues like lag, overscan and such. It seems other product lines over taking don't have some of these things, which resulted in the occasional topic about it.
#35aryanbrarPosted 3/19/2013 2:02:11 AM
120p tv here, the picture quality is greaattttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt
#36Shadowbird_RHPosted 3/19/2013 2:06:55 AM
Living room: 46inch Samsung 1080p LCD, with PS3 (HDMI) and Wii (Component)
Bedroom: 37inch Samsung 1080p LCD, with Wii U (HDMI) and PS2 (Component)
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#3740DribylfPosted 3/19/2013 2:12:06 AM
We have 5 HDTVs in my house, 4 of them Vizios

The ones I use are two 32" 1080p televisions, calibrated for the best picture quality, one for the living room and one in my room.

I do want to pick up a Song Bravia though.
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#38jmichaelbpPosted 3/19/2013 3:27:19 AM
1080p 42' LG TV with a HDMI used for the Wii U.
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#39twistedreality1Posted 3/19/2013 3:49:44 AM
1080p Mitsu 73" everything hooked up via HDMI, Wii U, 360, PS3 and cable box
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